World of Giving Jeffrey Inaba

ISBN: 9783037781814

Published: November 1st 2009

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254 pages


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World of Giving  by  Jeffrey Inaba

World of Giving by Jeffrey Inaba
November 1st 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 254 pages | ISBN: 9783037781814 | 8.60 Mb

The last decade was largely defined by consumption and greed. An untold story, however, is the rise in benevolent giving seen in institutional, public and private sectors. Such characteristics as altruism and duty are now as influential asMoreThe last decade was largely defined by consumption and greed.

An untold story, however, is the rise in benevolent giving seen in institutional, public and private sectors. Such characteristics as altruism and duty are now as influential as self-interest. The geography of aid has also broadened- networks of NGOs now supplement philanthropy and the global operations of official channels.

It has become a crucial counterpart of authorized programs- agencies that provide vital services rely on contributions to augment official doctrines. Yet, the current recession threatens to limit support, diminishing aid at this critical moment when distress is increasing. A new culture of giving that includes volunteering and action, coupled with accumulated expertise may enable imminent needs to be met. The Gift Economy presents aids history as an index of past and current relationships, indicating how its future promises a significant global role.



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